Anthropologist Nicole Couture uses everything from a magnetometer to fresh llama fetus to prepare for digging in the pre-Incan city of Tiwanaku, near Lake Titicaca in Bolivia.
"125 Douglas Stories and Drawings" is a touching collection of letters, stories and drawings by the patients, staff and friends of the Douglas Hospital.
Saad Ibrahim spent 300 days locked in an Egyptian prison for promoting civil society in that country. He recently delivered the Raoul Wallenberg Lecture on Human Rights.
The Habs are on the rise and both McGill's hockey teams are on championship quests. Good times for the city's hockey fans.
Educational sex boutique opens at Student Health Centre. Pop by and visit a "sex-pert."
Charles Bourque, of the McGill Centre for Research in Neuroscience, has linked the Trpv1 gene to the human thirst mechanism.
Provost Luc Vinet has been appointed to a second five-year term. Hey, what happened to vice-principal (academic)?
Bruno Tremblay, a professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, brings readers on a field trip to the ice floes of the Canadian Arctic.
Law student Fabien Lanteri-Massa spent nearly a week in Cancun in September. No holiday carousing for him -- he was there to participate in the last round of WTO talks.
They're young, they're smart, they've got all their hair -- but we like them anyway. Karl Moore interviews a trio of Desautels Faculty of Management students and picks their fertile brains. Great insight into the minds of the people who will be signing our paychecks one day soon.